These 10 porcelain plates were produced in England by Royal Worcester in 1932. They have the date cipher that indicates this year. The plates have a diameter of 9 1/2 inches. They are made of fine bone china and have a slightly scalloped edge. The ground color is cobalt blue with a lacy fern type gilding over it. The centers of each plate have hand paint bouquets of flowers in bright colors. The plates are signed by the Worcester artist, Townsend. No two plates are exactly the same...
Coalport style 9" diameter plate with scalloped edges.
Maroon blending to black glazed bowl raised on four tripod legs. The outer layer of pottery with random cutouts, the inner lining solid.
6 inches high. 9 1/2 inches diameter. Condition excellent with no chips,cracks, repairs or any other blemishes. This piece has PRESENCE!
Handsome larger cloisonne enamel canister with geometric and floral decoration and a
foo dog finial.
Excellent vintage condition. Minor wear
5-3/4”W by 7-3/4”H
19th-century majolica plate decorated with geraniums. Hanging hardware included. Minor wear.
9" W x 1" H
Handsome antique Majolica lily pad plate for shelf or wall display. Hanging hardware included.
Handsome Modernist three compartment Royal Copenhagen Faience serving tray by Marianne Johnson.
Marked “ROYAL COPENHAGEN DENMARK FAJANCE”, MJ, with other marks as shown.
Excellent vintage condition.
11-1/2”L by 5-1/2”W by 1”H
Lovely Royal Copenhagen Aluminia Tenera canapé tray by Berte Jessen Koelhe.
Marked “DENMARK” A for Aluminia and BJ for Berte Jessen with other marks as shown.
Excellent vintage condition.
11”W by 1”H
This is beautiful Japanese Kakiemon plate 9.1/2 in diameter is in very good condition with No damage.
The plate has very fine hand painted work with Kakiemon white color.
Condition with no damage no hair line or chip.
Monumental Vintage Japanese Imari Porcelain Charger / Plate with motif of Rickshaw and Peafowl. In excellent condition and very large at 14" diameter. Imari porcelain is the name for Japanese porcelain wares made in the town of Arita, in the former Hizen Province, northwestern Kyūshū. They were exported to Europe extensively from the port of Imari, Saga, between the second half of the 17th century and the first half of the 18th century...
A Japan 3 footed pink lustre fruit cup and saucer from the 1930s. This vintage 3" high cup and matching 5-5/8" saucer features a dusty pink ground on the saucer and the outside of the cup, which has a white interior with an oil-puddle like multicolour luster. The highlight is a colourful fruit still life on the saucer and small fruit arrays inside the cup. It has gold trim, three gold painted feet and gold sprigs. It is stamped MADE IN JAPAN and it is a definite must have for your collection...
approx. 20" high. Not very old,, perhaps 30 years old.
Superbly executed miniature portrait plate hand painted of Leonardo Davinci. Back stamp Richard Ginori 10-46. Obverse in excellent condition; reverse smudged. Gold rim
Dimension: 4" d
A late period Weller Pottery production, this console bowl has naturalistic floriform shape glazed with a mossy sea foam color which blends into slate blue tones at the extremities. The structural condition is excellent, but the interior of the bowl at the base has lost significant amounts of glazing for about a band height 1/2" - 1" all around...
Standing on sweeping foot, the blue bowl is decorated in the round with classical figural and objective motifs. Excellent condition save for a couple of stains in the bowl.
Dimension: 8" d
Fine Rookwood studio ceramic vase of dark blending purple and moss green colors in matte glaze. Initialed by the artist Elizabeth Lincoln (LNL); other marks include 1921 date, 6071, and 2102. Structurally sound with a couple of superficial scratches as shown in photo. Offers considered.
Dimension: 6 3/4" h
A pair of candlestick holders manufactured by Roseville in the Zephyr Lilly pattern 1162-2 and so marked on the underside. Very good condition with minor disfigurements to the glaze. C. 1945
Dimension: 2" h